This workshop will focus in the professional and amateur collaborations around the Juno mission and the coverage of the Outer Planets obtained by amateur observers over 2022. Juno's orbit results in perijoves around Jupiter separated by 43-44 days. Global views of Jupiter and its dynamic atmosphere obtained by amateurs serve to place the context of the unique views of the atmosphere provided by Juno. In parallel, during this summer the James Webb Space Telescope is due to observe the Outer Planets from Jupiter to Neptune as part of different observing programs now being scheduled. All of these observations benefit from context imaging of the planets close in time and around the JWST observations.
The workshop will host an open discussion with amateur astronomers collaborating in these two global collaborations and will count with speakers from Juno and JWST outer planets programs.
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